Infosnacks by Justine Lemos
ParvatiParvati is the second wife of the God Shiva. A Goddess and Yogini. Known as the Mountain Maiden. A Goddess of love she represents the dynamic feminine.
ShivaShiva is a Hindu God. He has two arms and a blue spot at his throat. In the Hindu pantheon he is know as the destroyer or the transformer and Lord of Dance.
OCDOCD stands for obsessive compulsive disorder. This is a serious mental disorder but the acronym is often used as slang for a person who is interested in order.
PallaviPallavi, a dance in Odissi dance, means creeper and like a creeping vine a pallavi contains variations and elaborations on musical and choreographic themes.
MalayalamMalayalam is the language of Kerala in South India. It is the only language whose name (written in English) is also a palandrome.
Snag (Sensitive New Age Guy)S.N.A.G. is an acronym for Sensitive New Age Guy. Snags like to talk about their feelings and may do interpretive dance. They usually have a deep, soulful gaze.
HalloweenHalloween is a holiday celebrated on the 31st of October. Children (and adults) dress in costumes that range from cute to bizarre and even frightening.
GoblinGoblins are small mythological beings with mischievous or even evil intentions. They have roughly humanoid features but are usually depicted as small creatures.
Big FootBig Foot, also known as Sasquatch, Yeti, Sassi and sometimes, simply, the Big Guy, is a large ape-like creature that roams the forests of the Pacific Northwest.
GnomeGnomes are mythological creatures similar to fairies, goblins and elves. They are typically described as small humanoid creatures that live underground.